Doesn't this mean that anyone can track you for any reason? What's the legal difference between a cop without a warrant, and someone who just wants to track you? Anyway I look at this, it's bad.
Legal to GPS track you ...in Wisconsin...
A Wisconsin court ruled late last week that police can now secretly attach a GPS tracking device (like the one pictured above) to your car without a warrant. [...]
The court reasoned that it's okay for cops to spy on citizens like this because "GPS tracking does not involve a search or seizure." The ACLU scoffed at this fantasy, saying it's "a gross violation of one's privacy, and makes the Fourth Amendment a sad clown."
So any bets how long until someone puts a GPS tracker on the car(s) of the judge(s) that made this ruling?
And...does this allow for police/detectives to be lazier, better at seeing a potential criminal's patterns, or both?